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Yang, Chao, Kurahashi, Setsuya, Kurahashi, Keiko, Ono, Isao and Terano, Takao (). 'Agent-Based Simulation on Women's Role in a Family Line on Civil Service Examination in Chinese History'. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 12(2)5 <http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/12/2/5.html>.

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@article{yang,
title = {Agent-Based Simulation on Women's Role in a Family Line on Civil Service Examination in Chinese History},
author = {Yang, Chao and Kurahashi, Setsuya and Kurahashi, Keiko and Ono, Isao and Terano, Takao},
journal = {Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation},
ISSN = {1460-7425},
volume = {12},
number = {2},
pages = {5},
year = {},
URL = {http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/12/2/5.html},
keywords = {Agent-Based Simulation, Grid Oriented Genetic Algorithm, Inverse Simulation, Family Norm, Civil Service Examination},
abstract = {In this paper, following our previous work on civil service examinations in imperial China, we investigate women's role in a Chinese historical family line using an agent-based simulation (ABS) model with a grid oriented genetic algorithm (GOGA) framework. We utilize a GOGA framework, because our ABS had such large parameter spaces with real values that it required much greater computational resources. First, we studied the genealogical records. Second, based on that study, we implemented an agent-based model with the family lines branched out into two clusters to compare different family norms. Third, using an "inverse simulation" technique, we optimized the agent-based model in order to fit the simulation profiles to real profile data with real-coded GA. From these intensive experiments, we have found that (1) The combined influence of the father, uncle, mother and the aunt has important significance in maintaining a successful family norm, and (2) a particular role of the aunt to pass it on as well.},
}

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TY - JOUR
TI - Agent-Based Simulation on Women's Role in a Family Line on Civil Service Examination in Chinese History
AU - Yang, Chao
AU - Kurahashi, Setsuya
AU - Kurahashi, Keiko
AU - Ono, Isao
AU - Terano, Takao
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KW - Agent-Based Simulation
KW - Grid Oriented Genetic Algorithm
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KW - Family Norm
KW - Civil Service Examination
N2 - In this paper, following our previous work on civil service examinations in imperial China, we investigate women's role in a Chinese historical family line using an agent-based simulation (ABS) model with a grid oriented genetic algorithm (GOGA) framework. We utilize a GOGA framework, because our ABS had such large parameter spaces with real values that it required much greater computational resources. First, we studied the genealogical records. Second, based on that study, we implemented an agent-based model with the family lines branched out into two clusters to compare different family norms. Third, using an "inverse simulation" technique, we optimized the agent-based model in order to fit the simulation profiles to real profile data with real-coded GA. From these intensive experiments, we have found that (1) The combined influence of the father, uncle, mother and the aunt has important significance in maintaining a successful family norm, and (2) a particular role of the aunt to pass it on as well.
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